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Today was the day for a train trip to Herculaneum, a smaller town caught in the same A.D. 79 eruption that enveloped Pompeii. It is a small community of intact buildings. The city was buried under 60 feet of ash before excavations began in 1748. Still visible are colourfully frescoed walls and the arches that were once boat …
... 10.30.... I'm yawning as I type, must be the sea air!
We are also trying to stretch ourselves in the food department, so for dinner: Paolo had a tuna pasta, Nuka a prawn and lemon risotto and Lia had a traditional Carbonara (with egg). Interesting, but quite pricey!
Tomorrow, I think we will be taking a bus to Amalfi and Positano..... Leaving the winding paths to the professionals!
... on a kitchen scale, including packing the product into combi safe packaging, heat sealing them shut and putting them in the pilot plant steriliser. We were then able to test the product that we made to see if the desired improvements had been made. Next week we will be helping out in the kitchen more, including helping to prepare samples for some Sainsbury's products which is very exciting for us!
Vincenzo has continued to be our very able ...
Expressos: 7, ice creams: 1 artists: 0 - we're doing absolutely nothing today - it's the weekend right? police stations/jail cells: disappointingly 0 there's still time (see photo) boys on scooters - I'm into bell boys now :) Well what a start to our final day. Woken up to the sight of a dining room table on wheels laden with croissants, rolls, every type of jam, cereal, juice, coffee etc... I only ordered musli! Sam got the same thing again when he woke up at 11am. Apart ...
... terror frozen forever on their faces. To suffocate in a mudslide… not a pleasant way to bid this world farewell.
And yet, Pompeii, in my view, died an honourable death. Rather than succumb to slow decay, having ugly, mediocre structures built on top of a beautifully designed city, as happened throughout much of the Roman world, this city was frozen in time and we can now see it as it was during its zenith of glory.